Gingerdead Men Cookie Cutter
Is ginger used in embalming? No. Is it an effective herbal ingredient in tinctures that increase longevity? Not really. Can you make a ginger tea that will make you look younger, reduce wrinkles, stem the effects of Alzheimers, macular degeneration, or arthritis? Sadly, no. Ginger is great for things like stomach aches and nausea, but will it lead to a longer life? Probably not. So it is with this cookie cutter that we remind ourselves of our mortality. The inevitability of death. The haunting spectre of Thanatos as he creeps up behind you, scythe at the ready... but it's not all bad news! At least we can get some cookies out of the deal, and that will make the years we have left to us that much more delicious! Gingerbread men are a delicious holiday cookie, but the ones we make have a twist. The cookie cutter we use, you see, cuts a wee little man shape out of your rolled gingerbread dough, while the other side presses a cutesy little skeleton into the surface. The finished cookie looks like a Gingerbread x-ray. A GingerDEAD man, if you will. Get one of your own right here! They're high-quality food-safe ABS plastic is durable, and cleans up quickly, so you can get back to eating more gingerbread cookies. Ginger may not keep your hair-line from receding, but at least they're delicious! Features One gingerbread man cookie-cutter with skeleton impression Makes deliciously dead gingerbread men Durable ABS food-safe plastic Handwash only 5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide
Dismember-Me Plush Zombie
What happens when you take old broken plush toys and bury them in the woods by the light of the full moon while whistling the theme song from "Halloween"? Unfortunately nothing...which is why the skillful design monkeys here at ThinkGeek were forced to come-up with our own scary (but cute) zombie plush. The Dismember-Me Plush Zombie begs to be torn limb from limb. After all he is a decaying re-animated corpse turned into irresistible cuddly plush. Rip off an arm... he doesn't mind...
"Congratulations! We're glad you're ready to fight for zombie rights. This article outlines some of the steps involved and the associated pitfalls to avoid when planning a successful zombie gathering. Leadership. As you know, it is vital that some of the living remain in positions of leadership in the organization to provide the necessary motivation and thought-process behind running a large organization. Although, for consistency, you probably want your highest official to be a zombie in order to have him speak incoherently at corporate meetings and drool convincingly in discussions with politicians. However, leadership at the event should be an intelligent human, sympathetic to zombie rights. As the event coordinator, this human can provide guidance via a megaphone and also serves as a rallying point around which zombies will gather. Occasionally this ""gathering"" leads to ""dismemberment"" so you want to ensure that your event coordinator is expendable. This position fits nicely for zombie-rights activists hoping to transition to the less-demanding, zombie lifestyle. Attendance. You might have a whole legion of supporters, but it's important to mobilize your zombie protesters so that they show up on the day of the event. Plan ahead so that folks can put it on their calendars. You can notify the mindless via your MySpace or Facebook account. Pass out leaflets to ensure the interested are notified. We've found that promising that there will be beer and brains brings the college-aged zombies out en masse in particular. Location. We recommend a popular location with high-visibility for maximum exposure to the uninitiated. Although some organizations prefer the march, we find it easier to choose a specific place to protest. Shambling does not lend itself to marching, and zombies tend to get distracted more easily while in motion. Check with your local city hall to find out if you need a permit to gather at the location you've chosen. Remember that some of your supporters undoubtedly have physical impairments, so ensure your site is fully accessible. Coverage. It's important to get your event covered by the media so that your reach is greater than those present at the event. After all, they all may have been eaten, even the well-intentioned, amenable-to-Zombie-rights ones (sometimes they're the tastiest). Documentary film makers, such as George A. Romero, are an indispensable resource in getting the word out. Make use of them as whenever possible. ""Zombies Were People Too"" on a sandwich-board-clad zombie in black, blood red, and rotting-flesh green on a military green, 100% cotton t-shirt."
So you've destroyed the brains of your first zombie. Congrats! But now what? What do you do with the festering, rotting body? It was just this question that plagued (get it?) us at TG Zombie Defense HQ. We thought about mailing them to someone we didn't like, but that was just too costly (and he had already been zombified, anyways). After a lot of discussion, we decided the only sensible thing to do with the re-dead undead was to eat them. A few experiments later, we discovered the only safe way to eat zombie corpses was to turn them into Zombie Jerky! Zombie Jerky is a delicious way of dealing with the undead. Seriously, though, Zombie Jerky is really just tasty chunks of teriyaki beef jerky - accented with green stuff. Packaged in a neato specimen pouch, Zombie Jerky will prove to everyone that you'll eat anything (and also earn you lots of grossed out looks). And all the while, you'll know it's not really ex-people. Or is it?!? Hey, zombies have been eating us for years - it's time for us to return the favor with Zombie Jerky. For nutrition information, click here. Zombie Jerky Delicious teriyaki beef jerky, packaged to look like zombie flesh. A whole 15g of protein in each serving! Net Wt.: 1.25 oz.
Chocolate Dip Delights Halloween Real Chocolate-Covered Oreo Cookies
The Chocolate Dip Delights™ Halloween Belgian Chocolate-Covered Oreo® Cookies are a spectacular treat to celebrate this festive and fun holiday! An assortment of 12 Oreo® cookies are doused in rich milk, dark and white Belgian Chocolates and then rolled and embellished with sprinkles, chocolate piping or with Halloween pumpkins, ghosts and goblins. Arriving in an elegant gift box, these cookies are a wonderful way to add to their Halloween celebration.